Toshiba Satellite S955 runs Core i5 Processor
Don’t go with the look as you might mistake the new Toshiba Satellite S955 as an Ultrabook, but it is just far away from an Ultrabook. Despite of the fact, the device is 30% thinner than the current generation 15″ Toshiba S series Notebooks. Here you get a choose of either Ivy Bridge Core i5 CPU or an AMD A8 APU, and the device accepts up to 8GB of RAM on-board. Additionally, the device has a maximum of 750GB hard drive space. This will turn out as a budget notebook and for that it has skipped up some advanced features from the Toshiba P Series. But this Notebook do carry a Sleep-and-Charge port out of it’s 3 USB ports while the others are two USB 3.0. ports, etc. You can have the later details related to the specifications of the device discussed below.
The Toshiba Satellite S955 Notebook is empowered with the 3rd gen Intel Core i3/i5 Processor or comes with an AMD A8 APU. The Operating System here is Windows 8 Operating System and is provided with up to 8GB memory. It carries a 14-inch LED backlit TFT high-definition widescreen display having a display resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The display features are as long lasting crystal clear display which utilizes less power thereby making you work quicker with the serve of unique LED backlit display. The device comes equipped with up to a 750GB Hard Disk Drive.
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the connectivity features, the device is offered with Gigabit Ethernet LAN, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.0 while the other ports are such as SD card reader, HDMI port, the various ports are such as USB 2xUSB 3.0, one USB 2.0. Additionally, this Notebook brings Face Recognition feature that serves you a convenient way to interact, log in or share your laptop among the family. This Notebook is designed having a Premium quality in its brushed-aluminum finish as well carries a Large touchpad with USB Sleep and a Charge port. The company has not yet disclosed any information on its pricing yet, but the device is expected to be an affordable one in comparison to the high end P Series.